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Australia to Auction Confiscated Bitcoins in Sydney

Australia to Auction Confiscated Bitcoins in Sydney

According to an official, in June, approximately $13 million worth digital currency, bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney as proceeds of crime, which the Australian police confiscated.

New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers have a Bumper Season

New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers have a Bumper Season

The kiwi fruit growers in New Zealand experienced a bumper crop year.

Air New Zealand Trials Robotic Inspection Equipments Originally Meant for the Dairy Industry

Air New Zealand Trials Robotic Inspection Equipments Originally Meant for the Dairy Industry

Robotic inspection equipments which were originally designed to inspect damage in the milk tanks might now be used by Air New Zealand to keep its aircraft fuselage safe.

UAE changes methodology to calculate key interest rate

The authorities in the United Arab Emirates have changed methodology to calculate a key interest rate in order to better reflect funding costs for banks in the economy.

Names are Expected to be Announces as Replacements for Ousted Members from Sumner Red stone’s Family Trust

In an unexpected move on Friday, two of Sumner Redstone's longtime lieutenants were removed from their specific positions which they held in the trust that is slated to control Mr. Redstone's entertainment companies after he dies or is incapacitated.

Santa Cruz Biotechnology Agrees to Pay $3.5Million as Fine to Settle Animal-Abuse Violations

On Friday, an agreement was announced where Santa Cruz Biotechnology agreed to pay $3.5 million as fine for violating the 1966 Animal Welfare Act.

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